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Valorant Skins Collection Guide: A Look at Every Weapon Skin

Valorant Skins Collection Guide: A Look at Every Skin

Valorant skins are a great way to customize your in-game weapons. In our Valorant skins collection guide, we provide a breakdown of all the weapon cosmetics in the game, along with their prices. Players can purchase individual skins, or full skin bundles for a discount, from the store.

The in-game store rotates weapon skins in two different sections. Featured skins rotate every two weeks, and the Offers section rotates every 2-3 days.

Skins are bought with VALORANT Points (VP), a premium currency used to unlock in-game content. VP can only be obtained with real currency from within the VALORANT client. Completing agent contracts is how you can obtain Agent-specific skins.

VALORANT Weapon and Melee Skins

Players can earn cosmetics through Contracts, Battle Pass progress, or by purchasing them directly from the store. Skins do not interfere with gameplay, so they are not pay-to-win.

Models, animations, audio, and visual effects may all be different, but they should not have any impact on gameplay. Other players only see your custom weapon skin, and will not see custom reload animations, visual effects, sounds, and other features exclusive to that skin.

Radianite Points

Valorant introduced Radianite Points that allow players to evolve their weapons. After unlocking specific skins, you can use Radianite Points to evolve it and obtain new variants. Each new level of the skin adds new customizations such as effects, animations, audio, and other color variants.

Radianite Points can be earned through completing Battle Pass challenges. You can also purchase Radianite Points through the VALORANT Store.

Valorant Weapon Skins Collection Guide

Here’s a list of the different sets of Valorant skins currently in the game:

Valorant Skins by Weapon

Spline Collection

The Spline collection made its debut in Valorant on September 2, 2020. It features skins for the Phantom, Operator, Spectre, Classic, and Melee in four variants. Overall, the Spline Collection costs 7,100 Valorant Points from the store or 1,775 for each weapon and 3,550 for the Melee. Players who purchase the bundle also receive a spray, buddy, and player card.

  • Green Variant – 15 RP
  • Red Variant – 15 RP
  • Blue – 15 RP
  • Phantom
Valorant Spline Phantom
  • Operator
Valorant Spline Operator
  • Spectre
Valorant Spline Spectre
  • Classic
Valorant Spline Classic
  • Melee
Valorant Spline Melee

Glitchpop Collection

The Glitchpop Collection features four neon colorways, and skins for the Bulldog, Judge, Odin, Frenzy, and melee weapons. It’s a total of 8,700 VP for the full collection. Each individual weapon costs 2,175 VP, except for the melee dagger which is 4,350 VP.

  • VFX Shooting Effect – 10 RP
  • Animation – 10 RP
  • Finisher – 10 RP
  • Blue Variant – 15 RP
  • Red Variant – 15 RP
  • Gold Variant – 15 RP
  • Bulldog
glitchpop bulldog
  • Judge
glitchpop judge
  • Odin
glitchpop odin
  • Frenzy
glitchpop frenzy
  • Melee
glitchpop melee

Oni Collection

The Oni Collection are Japanese-inspired weapon skins available for 7,100 VP. There is a Guardian, Phantom, Bucky, Shorty, and melee skin in the set. Each skin, aside from melee, has three additional variants to it in black, green, and white.

  • VFX Shooting Effect – 10 RP
  • Animation – 10 RP
  • Finisher – 10 RP
  • Black Variant – 15 RP
  • Green Variant – 15 RP
  • White Variant – 15 RP
  • Oni Bucky
Valorant Skins - Oni Collection | Bucky
  • Oni Guardian
  • Oni Phantom
  • Shorty
Valorant Skins - Oni collection | Shorty 1
  • Oni Melee

Elderflame Collection

The Elderflame Collection is the first Ultra Edition Valorant skin, added on July 10, 2020. There is currently an Elderflame Operator, Vandal, Judge, and Frenzy. You can evolve the weapon with Radianite Points for the following variants:

  • Level 2: VFX Shooting Effect – 10 RP
  • Level 3: Animation – 10 RP
  • Level 4: Finisher – 10 RP
  • Level 5: Red Variant – 15 RP
  • Level 6: Blue Variant – 15 RP
  • Level 7: Dark Variant – 15 RP
  • Elderflame Operator
Valorant Skins | Elderflame Operator
  • Elderflame Vandal
Valorant Skins | Elderflame Vandal
  • Elderflame Judge
Valorant Skins | Elderflame Judge
  • Elderflame Frenzy
Valorant Skins | Elderflame Frenzy

Convex Collection

The Convex Collection are a set of Valorant skins introduced to the game on June 24.

  • Convex Sheriff
Valorant Skins - Convex Sheriff
  • Convex Judge
Valorant Skins - Convex Judge
  • Convex Spectre
Valorant Skins - Convex Spectre
  • Convex Bulldog
Valorant Skins - Convex Bulldog
  • Convex Operator
Valorant Skins - Convex Operator

Sovereign Collection

The Sovereign Collection is a skin collection available during June, with a full bundle price of 7,100 VP. Each individual Valorant skin includes four variants, except for melee, and can be purchased for 1,775 VP. The melee skin is 3,550 VP on its own.

  • Ghost
Valorant Sovereign - Ghost
  • Stinger
Valorant Sovereign - Stinger
  • Guardian
Valorant Sovereign - Guardian
  • Marshal
Valorant Sovereign - Marshal
  • Melee
Valorant Sovereign - Melee

Avalanche Collection

Individual Avalanche skins have been present in the VALORANT store since the third week of closed beta. This collection features icy blue skins for five different weapons.

  • Classic
  • Marshal
  • Phantom
  • Spectre
  • Vandal

Imperium Collection

The Imperium skin set contains two skins for Classic and Melee weapons. For the Classic skin, you’ll need to drop 1,275 Valorant Points, or you can drop 2,550 for the melee skin. Imperium set features dragon designs and shiny gold textures.

  • Classic
  • Melee

Ronin Collection

The Ronin set are Japanese inspired skins, featuring dragon designs with red, black, and gold trim. There are currently three different skins in the Ronin set, which are 875 Valorant Points each.

  • Sheriff
  • Bulldog
  • Operator

Reaver Collection – 5,325 VP

The Reaver Bundle can be obtained for 5,325 Valorant Points. There are currently four skins in the Reaver collection, and three of them can be evolved with Radianite Points. The three different levels can be unlocked for 10 Radianite Points. Each individual Reaver skin costs 1,775 Valorant Points, except for the Tactical Knife, which is 3,550.

  • Sheriff – 1,775 VP
  • Vandal – 1,775 VP
  • Operator – 1,775 VP
  • Melee – 3,550 VP

Luxe Collection

The Luxe weapon set contains six different weapon skins, and each weapon has different color options. Each level of Luxe skin costs an extra 15 Radianite Points to unlock. Additional variants include Blue, Camo, Gold, and default Red.

  • Ghost
  • Spectre
  • Judge
  • Vandal
  • Operator
  • Melee

Prism Collection

The Prism bundle will run you 6,375 Valorant Points, and includes the Ghost, Spectre, Phantom, Operator, Ares, and Melee skins. Each individual skin costs 1,250 VP. This set features blue iridescent designs.

  • Ghost
  • Spectre
  • Phantom
  • Operator
  • Ares
  • Melee

Agent Contracts Skins

Completing contracts for specific Agents will unlock skins exclusive to them. Here are all of the different Agent exclusive skins we have in the game so far:

  • Breach’s Frenzy aka Ragnarocker
  • Brimstone’s Sheriff
  • Cypher’s Ghost – Hush
  • Jett’s Sheriff – Game Over
  • Omen’s Ghost aka Soul Silencer
  • Phoenix’s Frenzy aka Spitfire
  • Raze’s Classic aka Pistolinha Classic
  • Sage’s Classic aka Final Chamber
  • Sova’s Sheriff – Protektor
  • Viper’s Shorty – Snakebite

Prime Collection

  • Classic
  • Spectre
  • Guardian
  • Vandal
  • Melee

Aristocrat Collection

  • Sheriff
  • Stinger
  • Vandal
  • Bulldog
  • Ares

Dot Exe Collection

  • Ghost
  • Judge
  • Odin
  • Vandal

Kingdom Collection

  • Classic
  • Bucky
  • Spectre
  • Phantom
  • Melee

Couture Collection

  • Frenzy
  • Stinger
  • Bulldog
  • Marshal

Rush Collection

  • Frenzy
  • Judge
  • Phantom
  • Ares

Galleria Collection

  • Classic
  • Bucky
  • Guardian
  • Phantom
  • Marshal

Valorant Skins by Weapon

Classic

  • Final Chamber
  • Galleria
  • Kingdom
  • Pistolinha
  • Prime

Shorty

  • Snakebite

Frenzy

  • Couture
  • Ragnarocker
  • Rush
  • Spitfire

Ghost

  • Dot Exe
  • Hush
  • Luxe
  • Soul Silencer
  • Vendetta
  • Sovereign

Sheriff

  • Aristocrat
  • Game Over
  • Peacekeeper
  • Protektor

Stinger

  • Aristocrat
  • Couture
  • Sovereign

Spectre

  • Kingdom
  • Luxe
  • Prime

Bucky

  • Galleria
  • Kingdom

Judge

  • Dot Exe
  • Luxe
  • Rush

Bulldog

  • Aristocrat
  • Couture

Guardian

  • Galleria
  • Prime
  • Sovereign

Phantom

  • Galleria
  • Kingdom
  • Rush

Vandal

  • Aristocrat
  • Dot Exe
  • Luxe
  • Prime

Marshal

  • Couture
  • Galleria
  • Sovereign

Operator

  • Luxe

Ares

  • Aristocrat
  • Rush

Odin

  • Dot Exe

Melee

  • Kingdom
  • Luxe
  • Prime
  • Sovereign

Valorant Skins FAQ

How do you get Valorant skins?

Players can obtain Valorant skins through completing Agent Contracts, progressing through the Battle Pass, and buying them in the store fro Valorant Points.

How much do skins cost in Valorant?

Valorant skins cost different prices depending on the tier of the skin. Weapon skins range from 875 VP for Select Edition to 2475 VP for Ultra Edition.

How do you get free Valorant skins?

Free Valorant skins are earned through leveling the Battle Pass and completing Agent Contracts.

How do you get Radianite Points?

Valorant Radianite Points can be earned through completing Battle Pass challenges and purchasing them in the in-game store.

Is it worth buying Valorant skins?

Valorant is a free-to-play game, so in-game purchases are an excellent way to support the developers financially. If you play the game frequently, new skins are a fun way to customize your game’s look and prevent it from getting stale.

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